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City worker reinstated after profanity-laced incident

A city tobacco inspector fired for cursing out a bodega owner who allegedly hurled racist and sexist slurs at her has been given her job back. Atara Smith, 37, and her partner were about to give Sadek Gourmet Deli in the Bronx a summons for selling tobacco to a minor when the profanity-laced altercation with store owner Sadek Almhillah occurred. Almhillah denied calling the city Department of Consumer and Worker Protection employees the n-word, calling Smith a “f–king bitch,” and telling her to “suck a d–k”, during the November 2019 incident, records show. Even though records from the city’s Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings show a judge found the deli owner was “not a credible witness” and had intentionally tried “to incite an angry and emotional reaction” from the inspectors, Smith was axed in December for repeatedly used the F-word. Smith appealed and on May 6, the city Civil Service Commission reinstated her, finding that though her conduct was “extremely unprofessional,” “the particular circumstances of this case do not warrant the maximum punishment of termination.” and instead, modified Smith’s punishment to “time served.”
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Man charged after being accused of pretending to be firefighter

SHELBY COUNTY, Ill. (WCIA) — A man was officially charged on Wednesday after he was accused of pretending to be a firefighter to approach another person. Shelby County State’s Attorney Nichole Kroncke said 40-year-old Jerod Dean Day of Cowden, Illinois, was officially charged with one count of false personation. He was also officially charged with […]
SHELBY COUNTY, IL
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Lakeland FWC captain demoted, transferred to Walton County after investigation into hostile work environment

LAKELAND — A captain with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission's Lakeland office was demoted and reassigned to Walton County after an internal investigation found he made vulgar or disparaging comments about some officers and deprived officers he didn't like of equipment and training. The FWC Office of Inspector General released a report in...
LAKELAND, FL
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Record Round Lifts Williams Women's Golf to Fourth Place

HOUSTON – It was a record breaking day for Williams women's golf today at Bay Oaks Country Club on Thursday. Coach Tomas Adalsteinsson's team finished its third round at the NCAA DIII Championships just 6 shots over par. "Today's round of 294 is our lowest round ever in the...
WILLIAMSTOWN, MA
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Paterson Gets Testy – and Increasingly Profane (VIDEO)

PATERSON – In an accelerating sign of intensity, rival operatives could be glimpsed on Friday confronting Mayor Andre Sayegh. The mayor was leaving an event with U.S. Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) and on the way to his car, when he received the profanity-heavy tirade from his political rivals. Sayegh...
PATERSON, NJ
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Post Malone drops new single, “Cooped Up”; says new album is “the most honest record I’ve made”

After teasing it on Instagram last month, Post Malone has dropped his new single, “Cooped Up,” featuring Roddy Ricch. The last time the two worked together was on a remix of “Wow” back in 2019, and Ricch also seems grateful that Posty gave him a career boost: In the song, he raps, “Posty took me on my first damn tour date/He had me rockin’ every night, sold-out arenas.”
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